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Historic Autograph Letters, Manuscripts & Documents

Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

PRESIDENTS

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THEODORE ROOSEVELT EMPLOYS THE LOST ART OF THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ~~  ‘THAT WAS SUCH A FINE LETTER OF YOURS THAT I MUST SEND YOU JUST ONE LINE…. I AM TOUCHED BY WHAT YOU SAY.’

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE (1858-1919) 26th President of the United States. Typed Note boldly Signed, “T. Roosevelt,” on his name-imprinted: The Outlook  / 287 Fourth Ave / New York  stationery. One page, square octavo [approx 6 x 7 inches].  New York, November 11, 1912.

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SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES OF WILLIAM McKINLEY FROM MARCH 1, 1897 TO MAY 30, 1900  ~~  BOLDLY INSCRIBED BY HIM, AS PRESIDENT, TO THE MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS POLITIAL CAREER, MARK HANNA – KNOWN AS THE ‘KINGMAKER’ OF OHIO AND NATIONAL POLITICS POST CIVIL WAR

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM (1843-1901).  25th President of the United States; assassinated in 1901. The book:  SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES OF WILLIAM McKINLEY FROM MARCH 1, 1897 TO MAY 30, 1900, boldly inscribed on the half-title page:  “for Hon[orable] M A Hanna / with sincere regards / William McKinley / July 28, 1900”, as President. 

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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ADDRESS THE INITIAL FUNDING FOR HIS WARM SPRINGS FOUNDATION

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELANO. (1882-1945). Thirty-second President of the United States (1933-1945).  Interesting, and scarce Autograph Letter Signed, “Franklin D. Roosevelt,” on his name-imprinted Hyde Park ~ Dutchess County New York letterhead. ”Warm Springs, GA.” November 19, 1927.

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AFTER HIS PRESIDENCY, HARRY TRUMAN STATES:  ‘I HOPE EVENTUALLY TO…MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO THE CITIZENSHIP OF THE COUNTRY FOR THE FUTURE.’

TRUMAN, HARRY S.  (1884-1972).  Thirty-third President of the United States (1945-53).  Typed Letter Signed, “Harry S. Truman”, on his name-imprinted letterhead.  One page, quarto.  “Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas City 6, Missouri”, March 15, 1956.  Extremely fine condition.

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JOHN QUINCY ADAMS  ~~  REGRETS HE CAN NOT HELP WITH THE APPOINTMENT OF THE US COUNSUL TO BORDEAUX

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY.  (1767-1848).  Sixth President of the United States(1825-9); Secretary of State; diplomat and lawyer. Scarce Autograph Letter Signed, “John Quincy Adams”, while serving as Minister to Prussia, in his father’s [John Adams’] administration.  One fairly full page, quarto.  Berlin, May 31, 1800. 

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PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON  ~~  IN REACTION TO THE FINANCIAL PANIC OF 1834 BROUGHT ON BY THE IMMENIENT COLLAPSE OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES, “IN ADOPTING THIS COURSE IS SOLELY GOVERNED BY A DESIRE TO PREVENT ANY FURTHER MISUNDERSTANDING OF HIS OWN VIEWS AS WELL AS HE IS TO THE SUFFERINGS AND WANTS OF ALL CLASSES OF HIS FELLOW CITIZENS”

JACKSON, ANDREW.  (1767-1845).  Seventh President of the United States; won the ‘Battle of New Orleans’ against the British in 1815; and led U.S. forces in the First Seminole War, which led to the annexation of Florida.  Good content Manuscript Letter Signed, “Andrew Jackson”, as President.  3 ¼ pages, quarto.  Washington,  March 17, 1834.

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JEFFERSON SIGNS AN ACT OF THE SECOND CONGRESS REMITTING FINES FOR THE FAILURE TO TRANSPORT THE MAILS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH

JEFFERSON, THOMAS. (1743-1826). Third President of the United States; principle author of the Declaration of Independence; Governor of Virginia; Minister to France;  and influential Founding Father of the United States. Uncommon Printed Broadside Act of the Second Congress, Boldly Signed in ink by Jefferson as Secretary of State. One page, oblong large octavo.

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